Rochelle Moskowitz

Adjunct Professor, Department of Literature, Language, Writing, and Humanities



  • Academic Writing
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • English for Occupational Purposes
  • Workshops in Grammar and Writing Skills


  • Linguistics
  • History
  • American Fiction
  • Jazz

Academic Profile

Rochelle Moskowitz teaches English for academic and business purposes to undergraduate and graduate international students in the Language, Culture, and Professional Advancement Program at FDU’s Becton College.  She tutors at the Metropolitan Writing Studio several days a week and leads workshops on grammar and writing topics for the Studio.  She holds degrees in English literature, urban planning, law, and education, and has worked in corporate law, government, real estate sales and development, among other businesses.  Her breadth of experience and training has enabled her to work well with students from all disciplines and all levels of English proficiency, and she is a firm believer that writing is a skill that can be learned like any other.  This belief fuels her efforts to guide students in developing the skills they need to express themselves to their best advantage.

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